The Third Workshop on Human Identification in Multimedia (HIM'19)

Abstract

Human Identities are an important information source in many high-level multimedia analysis tasks such as video summarization, semantic retrieval, interaction indexing, and scene understanding. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers in computer vision and multimedia to share ideas and propose solutions on how to address the many open issues in human identification, and present new datasets that introduce new challenges in the field. Human identification in multimedia is one relatively new problem in multimedia analysis and, recently, it has attracted the attention of many researchers in the field. Human Identification is significant to many multimedia related applications such as video surveillance, video search, human-computer interaction, and video summarization. Recent advances in feature representations, modeling, and inference techniques have led to a significant progress in the field. The proposed workshop aims to explore recent progress in human identification with multimedia data by taking stock of the past five years of work in this field and evaluating different algorithms. The proposed workshop will help the community to understand the challenges and opportunities of human identification in multimedia techniques for the next few years.


Topics of Interests

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Multimedia feature representation
1.Image feature representation
2.Video feature representation
3.Audio feature representation
4.Multiview feature representation
5.Multimodal feature representation

Statistical learning for human identification
1.Sparse learning for human identification
2.Dictionary learning for human identification
3.Manifold learning for human identification
4.Metric learning for human identification
5.Deep learning for human identification

Applications
1.Video surveillance
2.Multimedia search
3.Video summarization
4.Benchmark datasets
5.Comparative evaluations

Submission


Paper Format & Page Limit: Same as regular paper

Submission: CMT *
*: Please choose "The Third Workshop on Human Identification in Multimedia"

Paper submission deadline: 25 March 2019
Decision notification: 22 April 2019
Camera ready: 29 April 2019
Workshop day: 9 or 13 July 2019

For the papers which have ever been submitted to ICME but been rejected, the authors are encouraged to submit their ICME comments by printing their ICME comments from the CMT system as PDF file and submitting this PDF file as supplementary file along with their submission to the workshop.

Schedule: TBA


Organizers


Jiwen Lu

Tsinghua University
lujiwen@tsinghua.edu.cn

Liangliang Ren

Tsinghua University
renll16@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn

Guangyi Chen

Tsinghua University
chen-gy16@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn